Spring 2019 DevOps Shows Proved Most Engaging Yet – And We’re Just Getting Started

The last year has been an exciting one for Orasi, as we developed and debuted a comprehensive palette of solutions and services around streamlining software delivery — and the DevOps pipeline in particular. This spring, we had the opportunity to share the many insights we gleaned during our research and exploration in this area, beginning with Micro Focus Universe in Vienna and culminating with the ADM Summit in Chicago.

We have a full schedule for the rest of the year as well, and at every event we will be sharing information that drives value and reduces risk in software development. It’s an exciting time for organizations seeking to accelerate software delivery while maximizing security and minimizing defects — and Orasi is in the trenches with them.

Micro Focus Universe 2019 | March 26-28, 2019 | Vienna
ConnectALL experts were on hand to talk about value stream integration with attendees, and some of our experts even got down to the nitty gritty, using our white board to diagram how various solutions helped deliver greater value to companies that develop or maintain software. It was a very interesting two days!

Atlassian Summit | April 9-11, 2019 | Las Vegas
We had a great turnout at this event, with ConnectALL GM Lance Knight and VP of Products Andrew Fuqua sharing their thoughts on value stream mapping and how integration with ConnectALL facilitates it.

Micro Focus ADM Summit | April 9-11, 2019 | Chicago
Orasi team members shared recent developments in the software world and how Orasi solutions are driving better outcomes. From value stream integration to achieve greater predictability in the development process to reducing risk and accelerating delivery with automation, our experts covered it all!

By Jim Azar

James (Jim) Azar, Orasi Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer A 29-year veteran of the software and services industry, Jim Azar is charged with oversight of service delivery, technology evaluation, and strategic planning at Orasi. Among his many professional credits, Azar was a co-founder of Technology Builders, Inc. (TBI), where he built the original CaliberRM requirements management tool. Azar earned a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Alabama, College of Engineering, where he was named to the Deans’ Leadership Board. He furthered his education with advanced and continuing studies at Stanford University, Carnegie Mellon, and Auburn University at Montgomery. Azar has been published in both IEEE and ACM.

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